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|Cthulu for President!|
To answer your question about Cthulhu being born in the US , the answer is: Yes and no. Cthulhu is as old as time itself , and thus can be said to be born 'on US soil' , or to be more precise the matter that latter became US soil. Which brings me to my second point: The US has existed since the Revolutionary War. Cthulhu has existed noticably longer. So can one that predates the US qualify for president under those conditions. I say yes , because it's about time we have a daemonic Eldar God in charge of this country. Also , I'm considering getting a DC , but other than Shenmue and Skies of Arcadia , what really good RPGs does it have? (I have a policy of not playing anything that rates under 'really good' , because there is enough high quality stuff out there to make it just not worth it to play anything less)
1) FROG BLAST THE VENT CORE
2) I'm curious about something and, unfortunately, I don't have the time to do the research required. Perhaps, however, one of your readers both shares my curiosity and has time to do the research. So I pose the following question:
What is the approximate percentage of known RPGs that fit the following description:
"Boy from small town / village / farm dreams of becoming a hero. Together with a band of friends, he goes out into the world. They get caught up in a struggle to save the world from an impending evil."
I was waiting outside EB when it opened. . . I bought it. . . two copies, of course. I then sat down.
And beat it. This is the first time I've stood up. I thought I'd write you before I passed out from
dehydration and lack of sleep and food. . . I need to make sure to pass out on the toilet while I'm at
it. . .
Seriously, though, I'm only a few hours into it and I'm really enjoying it. I still think the card game is over-rated, but maybe that's just my backlash for really disliking FF8.
Question: I may have missed it somewhere in the instruction book, but why is there a controller icon in the upper right portion of my screen flashing the number 1 at me?
Must sleep, so that I can go to work and still be awake to play FF9 when I get home. . .
quote while playing: "Dude! Vivi got pissed!"
|Death of a console|
I'll be getting a copy of FF9 any day now ( what?! you haven't got it yet?! ) as I live in Sweden and have to get mine through an importer. But after I finish that, what then? I haven't got enough money to buy neither a dreamcast nor a PS2, so I'll have to get games for ye olde PSX. Now, help me, what have I got to look forward to? Tales of Eternia, Arc the Lad Collection, Breath of Fire IV or maybe Persona 2? And after that, is it all going to end on the PSX? Please, help me!!!
Quick question, it came up as I was playing FF9 (currently in the ice cavern-
yeah I know I'm slow, I just got is sunday)
When Square and other developers make RPGs, how do they determine when the random battles pop up. Is there an invisible grid in the walking area that you step on a block its initiated? or is it proportionate to the amount of steps you take.
First off, great job so far. keep it up. I just read an interview with Dr.
David Walsh, head of the National Institute on Media and the Family. You might
know them as the ones who put those little ratings on the videogames. In the
interview he told how they arrive at the ratings. In short, they have a pool
of parents "trained" as raters. They have one gamer on their staff who plays
the games, beats them, and makes an approximatly half hour video tape collage
that represents various "levels" in the game. Then the parent raters rate the
game based on that collage. Do you, Goog, or anyone else think this is wrong?
The people that review movies and tv shows watch them, why cant the people who
review video games play them? I think there is no way you can understand the
message or feelings by watching a half hour collage. Well, im done, i emailed
Dr. David Walsh, the creator of this phoney system, we'll see
what he says. Thanks Google.
The Last Laugh:
Hmm, no quickies today it seems. How strange.
Googleshng "Mint" @rpgamer.com
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